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Dr.Jimoh Dauda Ishola

Senior Lecturer

Historical Background

JIMOH, Ishola Dauda holds a Ph.D. from the University of Ilorin and currently he is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria. His research specialization is in Women and Men’s (Masculinities) History. Since 2006, he has been teaching African History and International Relations, with publications covering inter-disciplinary themes, such as feminism, patriarchal structures in Africa, hegemonic masculinities, marginalization and empowerment of women. Jimoh was Ag. Head of Department (2009-2011) and Ag. Director of the Centre for Part-Time and Professional Studies (2016-2020). In 2017-2020, he was an elected Senate member of the University’s Governing Council (2017-2020). The don was previously a secondary school teacher of English Language, History and Government at different times. He is an author two books on English Grammar and Vocabulary respectively.Dr. D. I. Jimoh also has a work on poems and rhymes.

Educational History

Institutions Attended: University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State-Nigeria for Doctoral Degree. Academic Qualifications with Dates:i. PhD in History, 2013ii. M. A. in History, 1997iii. B. A. in History and Education, 1989

Qualifications

PhD in History

Research Interest

Gender History

Publications

      1.      Journals:

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2008). The Action Group Crisis 1962 – 1966: Implications for Nigeria’s First Republic. Al Hikmah Journal of the Humanities, 1, (1); 16–28, Published by College of the Humanities, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, Ilorin.

         

        Jimoh, D. I. (2009). The Implications of Coercive Power in the State System of Old- Oyo Empire c. 1600 – 1836. Springboard Journal, 1 (1); 92 – 104, Published by Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, Ilorin.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2010). The Incidental Benefits of Colonial rule in Ibadan, 1893-1930. Springboard Journal, 1 (2); 52-59, Published by Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, Ilorin.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2011). The Harmonization of Dual Nationalism in the Nigerian Colony. Ilorin   Journal of History and International Studies, 2 (1); 68-82, Published by the Department of History and International Studies, University of Ilorin, Ilorin.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2011). Culture, Gender and Power Imbalance in Yoruba Society before 1800 A.D. Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies, 2 (2); 106-119, Published by the Department of History and International Studies, University of Ilorin, Ilorin.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2019). Gender, Tradition and Western Education: Implications for Yoruba Women, 1853-1963. Al Hikmah Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 5 (1);101-115, Published by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2011). Militarism and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Ibadan, 1829-1847.  AAU: African Studies Review, 10; June, 235-250, Published by the Department  of History and International Studies, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2012). Hegemonic Masculinities in Nigerian Politics: The Burden of Obasanjo’s Presidency, 1999-2007. Journal of African Politics and Society, Vol. 1, No. 1, June, pp. 103-113. Published by the Department of History, Kogi State University, Ayangba. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2013).Women Activism and the Origin of the Council of Women’s Societies in the Western Region of Nigeria. AAU: African Studies Review, 2; 92-99. A Published by the Department of History and International Studies, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). Instability, Yoruba Women and the Traditional Marriage Institution in Nineteenth Century-Ibadan. Journal of Languages, Literatures and Communication Studies, 1 (2); 203-212. Published by the Faculty of Languages and Communication Studies, IBB University, Lapai, Niger State). 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). The Impact of Colonial Free Trade Policy on Yoruba Women Traders in Ibadan. LASU Journal of Humanities, 9; 32-44. Published by the College of the Humanities, Lagos State University. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). Feminism and the Elusive Quest for Gender   Equality in Nigeria. Gender Issues: The International Journal of the Feminist/ Womanist Theorists, 5; 1-15, Published by the Feminist/Womanist Theorists. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). First Generation Christians in the Era of Yoruba Wars: The Experience of Ibadan Women Converts. VUNA Journal of History and International Relations, 2 (1); 150-160, Published by the Department of History and International Relations, Veritas University, Abuja.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2017). Gender Prejudice and the Marginalization of Women in the Early Phase of Nigerian Politics, 1954-1965. Veritas Journal of Gender and Women Studies, 1 (2); 42-53, Published by the Department of English and Literary Studies, Veritas University, Abuja.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2018). Demystification of Gender Role Stereotypes: Yoruba Women in Public Life in the Nineteenth Century. Kaduna Journal of Humanities, 2 (2); 52-63, Published by the Department of History, Kaduna State University, Kaduna, Nigeria.

        PUBLISHED CHAPTERS

        1.   Jimoh, D. I. (2009). Power Gender Differentials and the Challenge for Yar ‘adua’s Seven Point Agenda. In Yar ‘Adua’s Seven Point Agenda: An Assessment, I. Bello Imam and Rasaq ‘deremi Abubakare (eds.) 313 – 329. Published by College Press, Ibadan (for the College of Humanities, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin). 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2010). Nigerian Women since 1960: Trends in Women Empowerment. In 50 years of the Nigerian Project: Challenges and Prospects, I. B. Bello Imam (ed.) 459 – 475. Published by College Press, Ibadan (for the College of Humanities, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin).

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. and Adebola A.S. (2012). Petroleum Products Subsidy Removal in Nigeria: A Perspective in Economic History. In Deregulation of the Downstream Sector of the Oil Industry in Nigeria, I. B. Bello Imam (ed.) 152-162. College Press, Ibadan (for the College of Humanities, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin). 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. “The Philosophies and Theories of Freedom in the Age of Enlightenment,” In Essential Topics in General Studies for Undergraduates, R.O. Lasisi, et al. (eds.) General Studies Unit, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, 2012, pp. 64-70. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2012).  Freedom in Contemporary Nigerian Society: A Historical Overview. In Essential Topics in General Studies for Undergraduates, R.O. Lasisi, et al. (eds.) 34-42. General Studies Unit, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2013). Patriarchal Structures, Hegemony and the Fate of Nigerian Women: A Historical Assessment of the Transformation Agenda. In President Jonathan’s Transformation Agenda: An Assessment, I.B. Bello-Imam (ed.) 410-423. Published by College Press, Ibadan (for the College of Humanities, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin).

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). Historical Trends of Political Violence in Nigeria: A Study in Women’s Marginalization. In National Security and Development in Contemporary Nigeria, (vol. II) I.B. Bello Imam, (ed.) 287-298. Published by College Press, Ibadan (for the College of Humanities, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin). 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). Pre-Colonial Yoruba Gender Roles, Values and Beliefs: A Need for Gender Analysis. In Gender and Power in Contemporary Africa, Gboyega, K., Sule, E., and Ifamose, S. (eds.) 207-216. Published by Bahiti and Dalila Publishers, Lagos and London.

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2014). Roots of Freedom in Western and Islamic Civilizations: A Historical Survey. In Justice and Human Dignity in Africa, Emezue, GMT, Inge Kosch and Maurice Kangel (eds.) 316-325. Published by the International Research Council on Humanities and Social Sciences on Africa (IRCHSSA). https://books.google.com/books/about/JUSTICE_AND_HUMAN _DIGNITY_IN_AFRICA.html?id=17eaBgAAQBAJ 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2016). Cultural Globalization and the Condition of Nigerian Women: A Study in Contemporary History. In Africa and other Continents since the 19th century: A Festchrift in Honour of Professor Rashid Oladoja Lasisi, I.A. Jawondo and Victor Ojakorotu (eds.) 312-326. University of Cape Coast Press, Ghana.

         

        PAPERS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION: 26. Jimoh, D. I. Patriarchal Strategies, Colonialism and Yoruba Women’s Loss of Power in Local Government Administration: The Ibadan Experience. Al Hikmah Journal of History and International Relations,  Published by the Department of History and Social Sciences, Al Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. & Adebayo, P.F. (2021). Capitalism, Colonial Economy and Trade Conflicts between the Lebanese and Indigenous Yoruba Women Cloth Traders in Ibadan, 1945-1960. Lapai Journal of the Humanities, 12 (2). Published by Department of History and International Studies, Faculty of Education and Arts, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai. 

         

        1. Jimoh, D. I. (2021). Historical Trends of Gender Differentiation and Instability in Nigeria. VUNA Journal of History and International Relations, Published by Published by the Department of History and International Relations, Veritas University, Abuja.

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